I don't think there are many Fedora/Linux books that are worth anything in particular. The "Bible
" books are good.
There are, however, good UNIX/Linux books that include version -specific notes. This is a good one: http://www.amazon.com/UNIX-System-Ad...7140326&sr=1-6
and there are a couple Linux versions of that same book. But they're so close, my instructor told me I didn't even have to buy the UNIX version of that book, and she was right.
I have yet to read an O'Reilly that I could even use...
Most Linux books, like the ones mentioned above, are geared toward students and professionals who need to use Linux in a business environment - so that means servers and network security, getting into the guts of the OS.
I would be leery of books that try to talk about the Linux desktop, (mostly because that's not what Linux is about). Things change on the desktop so much, I wouldn't bother with a book. There is this
one, but I've not read it.